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Printed Matter, Inc.: The NY Art Book Fair

November 5–7 at MoMA PS1 Printed Matter, Inc. and The NY Art Book Fair will take over all three floors of MoMA PS1, November 5–7, to present 275 international presses, booksellers, antiquarians, museums, galleries, and artists from twenty-four countries, exhibiting the very best of contemporary art publishing. The Fair will open with a preview on Thursday, November ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: Liz Burow, Brooklyn, NYC

10 QUESTIONS // Liz Burow - Brooklyn, NYC 1. What inspires you these days? Do it yourself culture. 2. Who are your heroes? All my friends who left their jobs to do what they really love. 3. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Fewer car/asphalt experiences, more bike/grass experiences. 4. What scares the hell out of you? Surface parking lots, road rage, workaholics, ... Continue reading ›

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BAP @ West Elm// Featured Artist: James Cospito

Brooklyn Art Project is proud to showcase the work of artist and BAP Co-Founder, James Cospito at West Elm Brooklyn (see map) for the DUMBO Arts Festival weekend. Hours: 9/24-9/26/10 - Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10a-5p. Additional BAP artists in the show: Susan Benarcik,  Liz Burow, and Abby Goodman Continue reading ›

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The Inspiration of Jeff Faerber

Warning! NSFW! Oil Headache | acrylic on board With a nod to the pop surreal, the figures in Jeff's works are reminiscent of Egon Schiele's: thin and bony, yet more mischievous than melancholy. Many of his works wax political with portraits of the most familiar talking heads of our times, while Jeff also explores his love ... Continue reading ›